A number of people were up earlier than normal Wednesday morning to catch a glimpse of the lunar eclipse, blue moon and super moon, being called the lunar trifecta.
It's something that hasn't been seen since 1982. A blue moon is when two full moons fall in the same month. A super moon is when the moon comes closest to earth in its orbit and a lunar eclipse is when the earth's shadow crosses the surface of the moon.
The show started just after 5:30am but due to cloud cover, it was difficult to see so many people took to NASA's live feed online to watch the event.